I hadn’t heard about that, but there may be a few reasons. One I can suggest is that the population in general is doing well. The Bald Eagle was removed from the Endangered Species list in 2007 because the population had stabilized. The species generally breeds between April and August although it seems that they may breed earlier in the south, where it is warmer. Since bald eagles pair up for life, and since they often maintain one nest over many years, it is easy to keep track of them and their reproductive rates, which may be why you are hearing about it a lot.
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